On this programme, you will spend much of your time studying in 'firms' in a 'virtual office' environment. Engagement with student-centred learning, team-working and preparation for learning sessions are the keys to your success on and enjoyment of the programme of study. As a small provider, a particular strength of our LPC is its team of well qualified and dedicated staff who are able to provide a high level of support. All staff teaching on the LPC hold qualifications as Solicitors or Barristers. SRA Assessors have consistently highlighted the quality of teaching on the course in their reports
To follow this coyurse, you must have completed the academic stage of legal training. This stage is usually completed either by graduating with a qualifying law degree or with a non-law degree then passing the Common Professional Examination or gaining a Graduate Diploma in Law. Subject to the above the applications will be based on the University's admission policy, Code of Practice and Mission Statement. In addition you must apply for registration as a student member of the Law Society to enrol on the course.
Recipient: University of Central Lancashire
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